We have identified case studies from various US cities and linked them here. Some have total cost of ownership data that can be useful for a local government considering fleet transition. They also outline the entire transition process and address pain points.  ​

A. Columbus, OH
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Columbus, OH has been a regional leader providing a plethora of resources on their website. This page Smart Columbus website has resources focused on making it simple for Columbus region municipalities to electrify their fleets. ​


Columbus Website Fleet Page


Smart Columbus Develops Innovative Procurement Contract, Overcomes Barriers to Fleet Electrification

B. Seattle, WA
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The city of Seattle has been working towards electrification for many years. Two important resources on their website are  their Electrification Blueprint which lays out a path for Seattle to electrify transportation at scale. Also, the Green Fleet Action Plan included total cost of ownership calculations for transitioning the fleet to electric.  






C. Denver, CO
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Denver, CO has many resources on their website including information about their electric fleet plan, charging infrastructure locations, EV-ready code, electric car share program and electrifying ride sharing. 


Denver EV Projects webpage



Denver EV Action Plan

D. Minneapolis, MN
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The city of Minneapolis conducted a green fleet study in 2017. The report provides recommendations and cost analysis. 



City of Minneapolis Electric Vehicle Study (with cost analysis)